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Accident at the Mill, Great Haywood

This postcard view shows the fire brigade and local people draining the mill pond by using steam powered fire engines to lower the level of the water. In the foreground men are working Shugborough Hall's ...

Ambulances, Heath House Auxiliary Hospital, Tean

An ambulance marked 'American Ambulance - Great Britain' on the passenger door with auxiliaries and Army personnel, pictured on the drive outside Heath House, near Tean during a voluntary blood donation ...

BBC Midlands Today visits RAF Mountain Rescue Team at RAF Stafford

The BBC Midlands Today Team with presenter Kay Alexander (Kay is in the centre of the photograph, under the Mountain Rescue sign) are pictured with the RAF Mountain Rescue Team at their base at RAF Stafford. ...

Burslem Fire Brigade

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This is an extract from a feature film made in Burslem in the Potteries in the summer of 1918, and shown in September. It shows the turn-out of the Burslem Fire Brigade – a typical action scene in early ...

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

'Burton Bridge from the Staffordshire side of the River Trent.' View from the town side of the bridge, showing about twenty-five arches and a large house.'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Cheadle Fire Brigade

Cheadle Fire Brigade outside the Town Hall, Cheadle. The Town Hall was built in 1894 and also included a library. It was later the home of the Osborne Cinema. Although the facade remains the rear of ...

Etruria Railway Station

Fire Brigade at Tamworth Castle

Tamworth Volunteer Fire Brigade on parade outside Tamworth Castle. They are seen with their Merryweather steam fire engine and extending ladder cart.

Fire Brigade, Lichfield Street, Tamworth

Fire Engine 'Catherine' with Crew, Stafford Fire Brigade

This photograph shows Stafford Fire Brigade with the motor fire engine named 'Catherine', possibly Stafford's first, manufactured by Leyland. Alfred Ernest Haywood, later Chief Officer, is at the wheel. ...

Fire Engine 'Evelyn' with Crew, Stafford Fire Brigade

Chief Fire Officer, Captain Alfred Ernest Haywood, is seated at the front of fire engine 'Evelyn', with his son Ernest driving beside him. The family dog, and probably the Brigade mascot, 'Old Don' can ...

Horse drawn ambulance, Chatterley Whitfield

The horse-drawn ambulance seen here was purchased in 1913 and remained in service at Chatterley Whitfield Colliery until about 1930 when a motor ambulance replaced it. Injured miners were taken to ...

Police Vehicles, Stafford

Two police vehicles in the yard of the police barracks on Friar's Terrace, Forebridge. This photograph was taken during the General Strike of 1926. The officers posing with the vehicles are:P.C. Burton ...

Police Vehicles, Stafford

Police vans and a motor bike with sidecar in the yard of the police barracks at Friar's Terrace, Forebridge. The officers posing with the vehicles are :- Left to right: Inspector Betts, P.C. Burton, ...

Red Cross Nurses on practice exercise, Uttoxeter

Red Cross Nurses carry a 'patient' into the Elkes' ambulance outside a heavily sandbagged building during a training exercise.

Shaw's Removal Van, Uttoxeter

An Armstrong Siddeley belonging to Shaw's Removals of Uttoxeter. Originally a car, like many cars during World War II it was converted into an ambulance. It never saw active service so the bodywork was ...

Staffordshire Ambulance Service Headquarters, Stafford

This photograph of the former Staffordshire Ambulance Service Headquarters on Stone Road in Stafford was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. The Staffordshire Ambulance Service no longer exists ...

The RAF Mountain Rescue Team at RAF Stafford

Senior Officers are pictured inspecting a display of stretchers, rescue equipment and vehicles organised by the RAF Mountain Rescue Team at their base at RAF Stafford. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December ...

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